Restormel Castle Lostwithiel
SX 104-614 Cornwall England
Restormel Castle is a Norman stone ringwork and bailey fortress, founded by Baldwin fitz Turstin, Sheriff of Cornwall. The huge circular 13th century shell keep with its complete range of internal buildings, is encased by a deep ditch and was the home to Edward, the Black Prince. 7 miles north is Cardinham Castle.
Restormel Castle is located north of Lostwithiel, off Restormel Road. 9 miles north-east of St Austell, on the A390.
The site is owned by English Heritage and is open daily, July and August 10:00-6:00pm, April to June and September 10:00-5:00pm, October 10:00-4:00pm.
There is a car park.